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 +====== Steam Store Price Api ======
  
 +This command will allow you to find out the current price (including current discounts) or when a game is going to be released from the steam Game ID that is provided to it. This command also allows for Discord and Twitch messages to be displayed. Examples are in the two screenshots below. ​
 +
 +Due to the nature of the command this command requiring the game ID of a game on steam this is best used in conjuction with another command. Example below.
 +
 +{{:​steamgame1.png|}}
 +
 +{{:​steamgame2.png|}}
 +
 +Want to see more community-made custom commands? Click the following link - [[user_custom_commands|Link]]\\
 +Need to know how to import this command into your Deepbot? Click the following link - [[import_and_export_commands|Link]]
 +
 +----
 +
 +==== Credits ====
 +Ian Chandler - [[https://​www.twitch.tv/​ianchandler1990|Twitch Channel Link]]
 +
 +==== Latest Version ====
 +1.0.1 
 +
 +==== Update History ====
 +**1.0.1 ((27h July 2019):** Removed the user Picture in discord widget (Twitch api key was required plus needs to be moved to new twitch api). To update just download the Command Json text and import the cmds again to update.
 +
 +==== Requirements ====
 +VIP Membership - [[getvip|How to Get VIP]]
 +
 +==== Setup ====
 +
 + *1. Download and import the commands into your bot **[[https://​api.chandler-gaming.com/​bot/​commands/​SteamGame.txt|Download Command Json]]**
 + *2. Download and import the Alias commands which are used with this**[[https://​api.chandler-gaming.com/​bot/​commands/​SteamAlias.txt|Download Alias Json]]**
 + *3. run the **!SteamInstall** Command to create the text files needed for this command to function. This will create a text file called **Steamprices.txt** which you can edit to the currency you want to use.
 +
 +==== Command ====
 +
 + * **!steamgame <Game ID on Steam>** - This is the command that you'll need to use in order for it to display the information from Steam. For example, if you use **!steamgame 271590** it will return the information for Grand Theft Auto 5.
 +
 + * **!steaminstall** - The initial command you want to use in order to create the files that are required for this command to function. You can safely delete this command after you have run it for the first time
 +
 +==== Useful Information ====
 +
 +    * As with all custom commands you can create alias commands which will call the information that you need. E.g. **!gta** with the message output **!steamgame 271590** to give you information for GTA5
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